The cheeky profile details everything humans put in their profiles: His dating history (“Never Married), if he wants kids (“Definitely”), his last read (“Frog and Toad Are Friends”) and his pet preference (“I’m sort of my own pet.I’d like a worm or snail for a pet, but I’d just end up eating it so maybe not.”) RELATED: 6 Rules for Protecting Your Soul and Sense of Self in the Magical Universe of Online Dating Once on his profile, curious singles can watch a video about his story and access a page where they can donate to his mission.Romeo, an 11-year old Sehuencas (pronounced “say-when-cuss”) water frog from Bolivia has spent the past nine years looking for his Juliet, bleating out mating calls to no one in particular.However, this lonely frog isn’t just unlucky in love—he’s literally the only of his species known in existence.Since Romeo’s species usually live to around 15, time is running out for him.The Bolivian Amphibian Initiative hopes to raise ,000 by tomorrow to cover 10 expeditions to the areas where Romeos were once known to live in order to not only find a Juliet, but also create a conservation-breeding program.The Sehuencas water frog from Cochabamba City, Bolivia has not had a partner for the last 10 years and is the last known individual of his species.Sehuencas water frogs have a lifespan of an estimated 15 years meaning Romeo doesn’t have much time to save his species.
Well, a frog with his work cut out for him just might make you realize your search for love could be way, way worse: You could be unlucky in love AND the last of your species, too.The tone explains who he Romeo is and what he likes to do before asking for help in finding his ‘Juliet’. If I don't find that one special lady soon, my entire species will be gone as we know it. So, if you believe in love and want to help an old frog out, please donate to my cause.Adios, amigos." They are now searching streams and rivers in Bolivia for a female with whom Romeo can mate before it’s too late.Biologists found the water frog 10 years ago in Bolivia. Help us help & @match find a mate for #Match4Romeo! 🐸💋 A post shared by Global Wildlife Conservation (@global_wildlife_conservation) on and GWChopese to raise ,000 by Valentine’s Day to support 10 expeditions.“Romeo started to call for a mate about a year after he was brought into captivity, but those calls have slowed in the last few years. Help Romeo the Sehuencas Water Frog find his Juliet this #Valentines Day as we play cupid with @match ! They will be matching each donation until Valentine’s Day.
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